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A Simple History of SOA
A Simple History of SOA
A Simple History of SOA
A Simple History of SOA
A Simple History of SOA
A Simple History of SOA
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A Simple History of SOA

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Showing how Service-Oriented Architecture represents a coming-together of different technological and business threads.

Showing how Service-Oriented Architecture represents a coming-together of different technological and business threads.

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  • 1. A Simple History of SOA Richard Veryard
  • 2. SOA emerges from computing … agility economics of scale Software Modular programming Model-based development Object Orientation Software Components
  • 3. … and distributed communication networks … interoperability Networks Internet WWW Open Systems Open Distributed Processing Net-Centricity System-of- Systems Engineering
  • 4. … to produce powerful enterprise platforms. interoperability agility economics of scale Enterprise Application Integration Enterprise Service Bus Message-Oriented Middleware Web Service Infrastructure Networks Internet WWW Open Systems Open Distributed Processing Net-Centricity System-of- Systems Engineering Software Modular programming Model-based development Object Orientation Software Components
  • 5. Meanwhile, business pushes onwards and outwards into a dynamic, open, and complex ecosystem. Business Long Tail Mass Customization Business As A Platform Outsourcing Loosely Coupled Organization complex open dynamic Power to the Edge Enterprise Federation
  • 6. Thus SOA represents a convergence between technology and business trends. SOA Web Services Enterprise Mash-Ups ESB & Grid Software As A Service open complex dynamic Real-Time Enterprise Business Long Tail Mass Customization Business As A Platform Outsourcing Loosely Coupled Organization Power to the Edge Enterprise Federation Computing Modular programming Model-based development Object Orientation Software Components Networks Internet WWW Open Systems Open Distributed Processing Net-Centricity System-of- Systems Engineering agility interoperability economics of scale
  • 7. So where do we go next?
    • A better mousetrap ?
    • Service-Oriented
    • +
    • Business Process
    • +
    • Business Intelligence
    • +
    • Complex Events
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    • Web 2.0
    • +
    • ???
    • World beating ?
    • Asymmetric Demand?
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    • Collaborative Composition?
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    • Complex Systems of Systems?
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    • Economics of Governance?
  • 8. If you were intrigued by this presentation …
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    • For more on SOA …
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